A big shout-out to our kids; they took most of the photos used throughout our website. Keep up the good work!
Garrett Burgess Griffin Royse, City Founder
Mr. Royse, better known as “Byrd Royse,” was born in Adair County, Kentucky on January 31, 1838, to William and Mary Stone Royse
He was the seventh of 14 children
We are quite sure Mr. Royse loved Bulldogs but if pressed we have no documented evidence of this
However, there is no documented evidence that he didn't love Bulldogs, thus, he loved Bulldogs
Mr. Royse served in the Confederate Army during the Civil War
Around 1850, Mr. Royse’s future grandmother-in-law and her sons bought several tracts of land that were later known as Royse City
The MK&T Railroad line from Greenville to Dallas ran through Rockwall County. Mr. Royse donated land for the railway and cut a deal to build a train station if they named the city after him
His new train station was painted gold and black but back in the day nobody knew why
Prices for land in Royse City rose and the Royse family sold their stake and participated in the Oklahoma Land Rush. There, Mr. Royse and his wife resided until their deaths
When: Wednesday, October 11th
Who: All 10th Grade students and interested 9th and 11th grade students
Cost: Free for 10th graders, $16 for 9th and 11th graders
Pay in the front office by Sept. 20th
For more information, contact Anna Knuston, firstname.lastname@example.org 972-636-9991 ext. 2615
2017 Homecoming Dance Informationn
The 2017 Homecoming Dance, "Be Our Guest," is open to all current RCHS students and 2017 RCHS graduates (who are guests of current students). The cost is $15 in advance and $20 at the door. It will be held in the RCHS cafeteria from 8-11 p.m on Saturday, September 23rd. Attire is Sunday Best to Semi-Formal.
The RCHS Special Olympic team would like to thank American National Bank, Balfour, Golden Chick, Guaranty Bank, High Point Church, and Walmart for their generous contributions toward purchasing our letter jackets.
Bulldog Review Information
If you were unable to attend the 2017 Bulldog Review and would like to see the presentations shared by the counseling department, please use the link below to access the RCHS counselors' website.
The library will remain open every Thursday until 6:00 pm. Similar to Tuesday Night Live, the students may study, use the computers, read, or work. Unlike TNL, there will not be (teacher-led) tutoring, or transportation; it's a quiet place to work along with access to our RCHS resources.
Monday Night Live!
Monday Night Live is being offered for academic purposes. Here is how it will look: Monday Nights from 4:00-6:00 students who need extra support can stay and receive help with their course work, use it as a study hall, credit recovery, or attend an AP Cram Session by subject rotation. Each week, one of the AP teachers will offer a different AP Cram Session so everyone would have the opportunity for extra time with their AP students for test prep. In addition, we will have various SAT/ACT prep sessions throughout the year. We hope that this extended tutorial will allow all of our students to be as successful as possible. The first Tuesday we will host Monday Night Live will be September 11th.
Traffic Flow Update
The revised RCHS traffic flow plan now has parents dropping off and picking up students in the back of the campus. This change allows for student drivers to be totally separate from car riders each day. Buses will use the front loop as previously announced.
If your child was unable to register in May when the college representatives were at RCHS, your child
will register with universities during the week of August 22nd, the first week of school. College classes
do not begin until the week of August 29th.
Payment for PJC: Once PJC has completed review of the students’ registration documentation this summer, it will send a
letter to each student with instructions detailing how to set up the online account at PJC. If your student
registers this fall, your student will receive these instructions then. Final payment is due August 26th.
Payment for TAMUC: If your student was in a TAMUC dual credit class during the 2015-16 school year and has a MyLeo
account, you may go on your student’s account and make a payment, once the university finishes
registering the students for fall semester. If your student is new to TAMUC and he/she registered in
May, he/she will receive information from the university detailing how to set up the online MyLeo
account at TAMUC, and you will make a payment online. Students who register this fall with the
university will receive the information detailing how to set up the MyLeo account after registration.
The deadline for all students to pay is August 26th.
We are so excited to share information through this new campus website. Our goal is to provide important information and communicate in a way that better serves ours students and community. Please share the link to our site through social media!
What is C4L?
We are really excited about the C4L (Connected For Learning) Project that we started at Royse City High School last year. C4L provides each of our students with a Chromebook computer if they choose to check one out. Chromebooks are great devices for the educational environment because of their ease of use, great battery life, and cost. The vision behind the C4L Project is to provide all RCHS student access to the information they need to be successful.